A good set of study guides is almost as essential to your MCAT preparation as the instructors. You’re dealing with more information than you have in any class you’ve taken before. Well-organized study guides help you manage it.
Many students make the mistake of trying to cram as much material into their brain as possible. But you won’t succeed on the MCAT through brute force. You have to develop a strategy – you need to “know what you need to know.”
Good study guides give you everything you need to prepare for the MCAT without overwhelming you with superfluous material. They’re your go-to source. It’s what you read to prepare for the next class, and where you go to look up things you can’t remember.
Customized to the MCAT
Our Master the MCAT Study Guides are not general textbooks. They’re meant to help you learn the material and master the problem-solving skills you need to do well on the new MCAT – nothing more, nothing less. They have plenty of practice MCAT questions, and strike the right balance between explanation and practice.
Comprehensive, Concise, and Focused
Some MCAT prep companies think they’re giving you more value by pumping their study guides full of facts. But all you get is hundreds of pages of extraneous information. Our Master the MCAT Study Guides present only material you need to know for the test – nothing more, nothing less.
Integrated into the Classroom
It’s not enough simply to include relevant information in the study guides. You need to review it in class too. Some companies assume that students will cover much of the material on their own. Not us – we cover the entire set of study guides in the classroom.
Good study guides make complicated concepts easy to understand, taking you step-by-step through the problems you’ll encounter on the MCAT. Our Master the MCAT Study Guides aren’t laden with jargon. Their design helps you quickly and easily find the information you need, and uses simple and clear explanations.